Words leave imprints in your mind like footprints in the sand...
Lake Louise, Canada
Copenhagen, Denmark
Loch Ness, Scotland


As much fun travelling via fiction is, sometimes all you need is to sit back and take the time to enjoy a drink, a piece of cake and chat with the people on the journey with you. Authors act as travel guides of a sort and so we love to chat to them to talk about their setting, characters and inspiration.

So sit back, relax and enjoy with a cuppa and a cake of course!

BookTrailing it to 1940s Stockholm

  • Submitted: 16th September 2020

Codebreaking in Stockholm in the 1940s Sweden and Scandinavia as a whole is well-known for its Noir, its grisly crime stories and even darker characters.…

BookTrail Travels to Vaxholm

  • Submitted: 13th September 2020

A literary journey through the Stockholm archipelago I've just started reading the latest Hakan Nesser - The Secret Life of Mr Roos -  – Berättelse om herr…

Travel with The Interpreter from Java and Alfred Birney

  • Submitted: 9th September 2020

Interpreter from Java and Alfred Birney Write book, will travel Travel with The Interpreter from Java and Alfred Birney - Author talks Java locations and…

Literary locations on Viveca Sten’s Sandhamn

  • Submitted: 6th September 2020

Sandhamn Murder locations on the BookTrail Map! There's many books I've read that I'm eager to go and see where they are set in real…

Literary Locations of Hazel Gaynor

  • Submitted: 3rd September 2020

Travelling to the literary locations of Hazel Gaynor Hazel Gaynor is a remarkable writer. Whatever she writes about and which ever characters she introduces me…

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